Coming on the property and entering a premise have different sets of rules. As far as stepping on th elot they can to provide maintenance, repair or complete an inspection. As far as entering the preise, in most states the law states a minimum time frame and in others states shall gove a reasonable notice. Miost people think 24 hours is a reasonable notice. The exception is in case of an emergency they can enter without notice to make repairs to preserve health, safety or damage. The best advice is to keep communication with your landlord open and discuss your concerns and provide them with your concerns.... more
First thing to do is not get intimidated or discouraged. Lot's of sharks in the water that would love to devour, digest and silence you. Keep moving the ball down the field. You39;re in the right venue.... more
Jackie the simple answer is no unless it is in a case of emergency. if the water was leaking, they smelled smoke or any perceived danger to you or the property.
The only other times would be what you agreed to in your lease or rental agreement. If there was nothing you do have to let them in with 24 hour notice to make repoairs or show new prospective tenants if you are moving out, if you refuse them entry, they can enter with that 24 hour notice.
Simply google lanlord tenant law for CA and look under the section of entering your apartment.